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How do I upload an image to my image library?

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Upload an image

In Constant Contact, you can upload images to your Image Library. You can upload images from your computer, social networks, or the Stock Image Gallery that Constant Contact offers. You can even upload multiple images at a time!


Before You Upload an Image

Before adding a GIF, PNG, or JPG image file to your Image Library in Constant Contact:

  • Edit images, if they are more than 800 pixels wide or need special effects.
    Note: You can also add special effects (crop, add a border, and more) with Aviary after uploading the image.
  • Follow the image optimization steps to prevent errors or image quality loss during the upload.

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Upload an Image to the Image Library

If your image meets the recommended guidelines, use the steps below to store it in Constant Contact. 

From Your Computer

To upload an image from your computer to your Image library:

  1. After logging into Constant Contact, click Library > Upload to Library > My Computer.
  2. On the Images page, click "browse your computer to upload".
    Note: Or you can drag and drop your image with in dotted line area. If you do this, just skip to step 4.
  3. Locate an image file(s) on your computer and click Open.

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  4. Click on the image.
  5. Type a description for the image.
  6. Select the folder by using the drop-down arrow.
    Note: If you do not select a folder, the image(s) will be added to the Recently Added folder.
  7. Once your ready to upload, click Upload Files.
    Note: Get help with image upload errors.
Your image(s) will be successfully uploaded from your computer.

Social Networks

To upload an image from your social networks to your Image library:

  1. After logging into Constant Contact, click Library > Upload to Library > Social Networks.
  2. Select which social network you would like to upload you image from: Facebook or Instagram
  3. If you are already logged in, you will be connected. If not, follow the prompts to connect your account.
  4. Once your images load, click on the images you would like to upload.
    Note: To deselect an image, click on it again. You will notice the blue rim is removed from around the image.
  5. Type a description for the image.
  6. Select the folder by using the drop-down arrow.
    Note: If you do not select a folder, the image(s) will be added to the Recently Added folder.
  7. Once you have your image(s) selected, click Upload Selected Files.
Your image(s) will be successfully uploaded from your Social Network.

Note: If you need to connect to a different Facebook account, use the drop-down in the top left corner and select Disconnect Facebook.

Stock Image Gallery

To upload an image from Constant Contacts Stock Image Gallery to your Image library:
  1. After logging into Constant Contact, click Library > Upload to Library > Stock Images.
  2. Click on any category of interest or search for a particular image of choice in the search box.
  3. Review the images available for purchase, or click Free Images in your upper-right. 
  4. Once you have found an image, hover over it to see the price button. Pro Images will reflect the price of that image, while free images will say Free.
  5. Click the price button.
  6. Read the agreement and click Yes, I agree to download.
  7. When done, either select other categories to browse, or click Done at the bottom of the screen.
The image(s) will be added to the Recently Added folder.


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Next Steps

Now that your image is saved in your Image Library, you can:


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